Sunday, December 03, 2006
Looking Through the Eyes of the Left
The following are some of the pictures you do not see coming from Iraq from the MSM, I once again challenge someone to find these plastered all over the major networks front pages. Below each picture I caption this with what the left would say about the picture.
A young girl smiles at Soldiers as they pass by her home. U.S. Army photo by Staff Sgt. Russell Klika.
Through the eyes of the left, this caption would read: They obviously hate us.
An Iraqi girl brings chai tea to Iraqi Army Soldiers during a search by Coalition Forces. U.S. Air Force photo by Tech. Sgt. Dawn M. Price.
Through the eyes of the left: They hate us SO much they're trying to POISON us.
An Iraqi army soldier, left, hands a stuffed animal to an Iraqi girl as a U.S. Army soldier with looks on during a combined humanitarian mission in Mansour, Iraq, Nov. 11, 2006. Defense Dept. photo by U.S. Army Spc. Tierney Nowland.
Through the eyes of the left: And look how we torture their children.
An Iraqi army soldier walks an Iraqi student back to his classroom at a primary school in the Bayaa district of Baghdad. U.S. Air Force photo by Master Sgt. Mike Buytas.
Through the eyes of the left: This child is obviously being taken in for interrogation.
Children look out a window as they watch Soldiers of Charlie Troop, 1st Squadron, 33rd Cavalry Regiment, 3rd Brigade Combat Team, 101st Airborne Division, patroling the streets of Sadr City. Official Department of Defense photo by Staff Sgt. Russell Klika.
Through the eyes of the left: A prime example of Iraqi children locked up by American forces.
Spc. Summitt, 982nd Combat Camera Company, shows a group of young girls video footage at the Al Fahada school in the Bayaa district of Baghdad. U.S. Air Force photo by Master Sgt. Mike Buytas.
Through the eyes of the left: Children who have been rounded up to take in for interrogation and torture.
Cpl. Justin P. Wilson, a Dubuque, Iowa native with Engineer Support Company, 9th Engineer Support Battalion, 1st Marine Logistics Group, interacts with Iraqi children at a construction site in Habbaniyah Oct. 13.
Through the eyes of the left: A child begging for his life from an American GI.
1st Lt. Phillip D. Schneider, 4th Platoon, B Company 5-20th Inf. REg., 3-2 Stryker Brigade Combat Team out of Fort Lewis Wash., smiles at two Iraqi girlsThursday in the city of Mosul. Soldiers of the 5-20th joined Iraqi Police and Iraqi Army Forces during a community engagement effort in the Neighborhoods of Al-Thawra, Siha and Zangilli in Mosul. U.S Army photo by Sgt. Antonieta Rico.
Through the eyes of the left: The roundup of children continues...
Command Sgt. Maj. Douglas Adair, 115th Engineer Battalion, Multi-National Corps â€“ Iraq, hands out supplies donated by the Boy Scouts of America during an operation to provide students in a rural district of Western Baghdad with school supplies.
Through the eyes of the left: Processing of Iraqi children into a forced labor camp.
An Iraqi army soldier with 1st Brigade, 7th Iraqi Army Division checks his patient's pulse and blood pressure during the practical application test portion of a trauma care class in Al Qaim.
Through the eyes of the left: Lessons in torture.
U.S. Army Maj. James Ortoli, from the 412th Civil Affairs Unit, poses with students of the Sayeed Ibraheem School in Seddah. U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communication Specialist 2nd Class Sandra M. Palumbo.
Through the eyes of the left: Children being forced from their families.
An Iraqi army soldier from 3rd Battalion, 3rd Brigade, 5th Iraqi Army Division holds a small girl during a visit to a village outside Mujahida.
Through the eyes of the left: "This one is ready for in-processing"
An Iraqi army soldier from the 2nd Battalion, 4th Brigade, 8th Iraqi Army Division talks with local children as fellow soldiers fill water containers for residents of the Jiffa Jaffa village in Iskandariyah.
Through the eyes of the left: "NO WATER until your chores are done, you little slackers"
OK, so I really just wanted everybody to see the faces of those we are helping and figured the smarmy remarks as the lefts captions was kinda funny.
This next one will have no smarmy comment, it is simply paying homage to a fallen comrade.
Sgt. Daniel R. Gibbbons, assigned to Weapons Company, 1st Battalion, 25th Marine Regiment, Regimental Combat Team 5, embraces the indentification tags of Cpl. Jared M, Shoemaker. Shoemaker was killed in action Sept. 4, while conducting combat operations in Al Anbar province, Iraq. Hundreds gathered at a memorial service held Sept. 16, at Camp Baharia to remember their fallen brother. U.S. Marine Corps photo by Cpl Brian Reimers, 1st Marine Division Public Affairs, Regimental Combat Team-5.
Posted by HCdL at 3:04 PM